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The DSU Choir led by choir director, Dr. Curtis Powell performed recently at Legislative Hall in Dover, DE.  Click here to view more pictures.

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Joining honoree Carlos Holmes, top center, at the annual Black Achievers in Business and Industry awards at the Chase Center in Wilmington were: bottom row, from left, Vince “Chelli” Ciammaichelli, Board of Trustees member Leroy Tice, Phyllis Collins and Ava Perrine; top row, from left, Germaine Cheatham, Carolyn Curry, Holmes, Dennis Jones and DSU President Harry L. Williams.

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Joy -- A Holiday Concert, performed on Dec. 2 in the MLK Student Center, featured numerous student and faculty soloists as well as student and guest musicians, which included the DSU Brass Ensemble and a string section.

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(L-r) Delmarva Power’s Enid Wallace-Simms, public affairs manager, and John J. Allen, its Bay Region vice president, present DSU President Harry L. Williams with a $10,000 donation to go toward the upcoming Dec. 10 Presidential Scholarship Ball.  

 

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The NOAA Grant will enable DSU to provide more marine and environmental research opportunities to its students, such as these young researchers who are doing eel studies in the nearby St. Jones River. One of the grant goals is to increase the number of well-trained scientists and managers that can fill environmental post at agencies such as NOAA.

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